First Coast

News impacting Duval, Baker, Nassau, St. Johns and Clay counties.

Matthew Moses
MICHELLE CORUM/WJCT NEWS

Jacksonville’s Ortega section, off Timuquana Road on the Westside, is among the neighborhoods still working to recover from the big mess left by Hurricane Irma.


Cyd Hoskinson / WJCT News

JEA CEO Paul McElroy pleaded for customer’s patience as 87,469 JEA customers were still without power Wednesday evening.

Ryan Benk / WJCT News

Many areas along the First Coast are still underwater after Hurricane Irma and residents who live in places where flooding has receded are just starting to get an idea of what they’ve lost.

GOVERNOR RICK SCOTT'S OFFICE

Clay County has wrapped up swift water rescue efforts and consolidated the emergency operations center as the recovery from Hurricane Irma continues.

Governor Rick Scott's Office

Florida Governor Rick Scott got a look at some of Clay County’s flooding due to Hurricane Irma Wednesday morning. He toured the overflowing Black Creek in Middleburg by boat.


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